Who handles lost and found animals?

The Ramsey County Sheriff's Department patrols Township streets to enforce Township Ordinances, and provides animal control and education to pet owners. All animals impounded by the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department are taken to the Animal Humane Society, 9785 Hudson Road, Woodbury. The shelter can be reached at 952-435-7738. Phone hours are 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, Monday – Friday, and Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Search impounded pets online at www.animalhumanesociety.org/strays. Shelter pickup is by Appointment Only, call 952-435-7738.

To request animal control's assistance, day or night, including reporting a lost pet, please call the Ramsey County Sheriff's Department at 651-747-0640. For information regarding lost or found animals contact the Animal Humane Society, 952-435-7738 or 952-HELP-PET.

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1. Does my dog need to be licensed in White Bear Township?
2. Who handles lost and found animals?
3. My dog was picked up by Animal Control. Now what?
4. There is a dog running loose in my neighborhood. What can be done about this?
5. My neighbor’s dog barks continuously when they are not home. What should I do?
6. My child was bit by my neighbor’s dog. What should I do?
7. We have a stray cat in the neighborhood. Does Animal Control pick up cats?
8. There is an injured wild animal in my yard. Will Animal Control pick it up?
9. I have a raccoon that keeps getting in my garbage or bird feeder. Can animal control help me?
10. There is an injured bird in my yard. Will Animal Control pick it up?
11. Where are animals picked up by Animal Control taken?
12. What is the best advice of Animal Control for stray dogs?
13. Why do some dogs become strays?
14. What is the number one complaint received by Animal Control?